Fiddle solo, Jim McGinn - piano, Decca 12201. In the 50s and 60s The Mason's Apron became associated with Belfast fiddler Sean Maguire, who developed a multi part version requiring a good deal of technical ability to play. Flute player Matt Molloy still plays Maguire's variations as a solo when performing with the Chieftains. Still at its heart is the original two part reel, as recorded by Killoran and others such as accordionist Frank Murphy, a lively tune with plenty of scope for variation. It used to be popular with pipers as well, who sometimes called it Lady Carberry or the White Leaf. Finally, it should be noted that the great Donegal fiddler recorded a similiar set of variations, before Maguire had recorded his version, so perhaps they were originally Cassidy's invention. Paddy later recorded Langton's for RTE on a visit back home, calling it Dillon Brown, which was also name piper Mike Carney had for it. A similar reel of that name is in O'Neill's. Paddy's medley on this disc was re-created by Killoran fan Kevin Burke on his If the Cap Fits LP.